Barons Court Tube station has reopened after a man was killed after falling under a train.
The District line was suspended between Earl's Court and Ealing Broadway and Richmond at 2.40pm today (Feb 17). Barons Court station reopened around 4pm, when minor delays were still reported on the line.
A man, reported to be in his 40s, was pronounced dead at the scene by a doctor from the London Air Ambulance.
British Transport Police said the death was being treated as 'non-suspicious'.
A spokeswoman for the London Ambulance Service said: “Our staff treated one patient, a man reported to be in his 40s, who was in cardiac arrest. Sadly the patient was declared dead at the scene by the doctor from the London Air Ambulance.”
TfL Tweeted: “Minor delays (between) Earl's Court - Richmond and (between) Barking - Upminster due to a person under a train earlier. Good service on rest of the line.”
South West Trains said it was accepting Oyster and Tube tickets between Earl's Court and Ealing and Richmond.